3/24/2014 2:56:00 PM Coyote Ugly party at Main Stage
Christopher Robin Band will perform at Main Stage Friday, March 28.
Robin Dean Salmon & the Blackbird Band will perform at Main Stage Friday, March 28.
On Friday, March 28, Main Stage will host a Coyote Ugly party. The theme, based on the 2002 movie of the same name about a New York City bar and it's wild lady bartenders, is to be a good night of American rock n' roll, and western themed dancing. The show will feature local musicians Christopher Robin Band and Robin Dean Salmon & the Blackbird Band as well as local dance troupe Sugar Idols.
From Fairfield, Conn., to Nashville, Tenn., to the deserts of Arizona, singer/songwriter Christopher Robin has seen and done it all, a traveled troubadour cut from the same cloth as the music legends he so reveres. Robin's timeless sound incorporates many kinds of American music, yet is purely and passionately rock 'n' roll. As with singer-songwriters, fans relate to the experiences behind his songs, feel connected to the music for more than just the rhythm of the song but maybe the rhythm of life. Robin will be joined by another local Robin - Robin Dean Salmon & the Blackbird Band. Robin Dean Salmon & the Blackbird Band fuse the spirit of rock and roll with a brand of rockabilly-tinged traditional country music. The smoky, rough around the edges vocals, and catchy melodies and hooks, will attract any fan of the "Red Dirt Music Scene." Sugar Idols is a Verde Valley based dance company, led by dancer Afton Seekins, who combine hip-hop, Burlesque and other styles into unforgettable performances both locally and beyond. The show is $5 and begins at 9 p.m.
On Saturday, March 29 Syntheticide Entertainment presents The March Hare's We're All Mad Here party at Main Stage. The Alice in Wonderland themed party promises drinks and food treats based off of the book and movie as well as a lineup full of variety, including "horrorcore" artist Nukie, from Phoenix, as well as local hip hop act Mental Cases, and San Diego's Squirrelly Arts, a "debauchery driven machine of industrial metal bliss." Headlining the evening will be Phoenix, Element A440, making their Main Stage debut. The event begins at 7 p.m. and is $5 for those who come in event themed costume and $10 for those who do not.
Main Stage is located at 1 S Main Street in Cottonwood. All events are free to the public unless otherwise indicated. For more information please call (928) 202-3460 or visit www.mainstagetheater.com.